Top 8 Best Bitcoin Ad Networks for Publishers to Earn Money in 2020

Bitcoin advertising networks provide you with ads to place on your website. In return you’ll receive a payout in Bitcoin (or fiat currency), which you can usually withdraw within a day or week.

From an advertiser perspective, ad networks supply a wide range of cryptocurrency websites where they can display their ads.

If you’re a publisher you should be aware of the following before implementing any ad network:

  1. You won’t always have control over which sites/services show up as advertisements on your site.
  2. Ad slots from ad networks tend to load slower than hosted ads/images which can slow down your site’s loading time.
  3. Some ad networks don’t filter out spam or malicious ads.
  4. If you’re a very popular site you may be “cannibalizing” your business model by selling ad slots to the ad network at a lower price than what you could have sold them directly to advertisers.

A-ADS (Anonymous Ads) is one of the oldest Bitcoin advertising networks. It is still a very popular choice in Publishers. Much like Bitcoin itself, the A-ADS advertising platform promotes anonymity: no personal information or verification is required. While there is a sign-up page, you can choose to sign in with a Bitcoin address without registering for an account.

A-ADS is known to offer prompt and punctual payments. Users have choice to withdraw their funds from A-ADS account to directly a Bitcoin address. You’re unlikely to encounter many problems, and if support is needed, A-ADS is usually very helpful.

Every ad in the network gets a tag (Risky Investments, Shady, etc). Publishers use manual pre-moderation to ban the unwanted tags.

The minimal withdrawal threshold for A-Ads is 0.001 BTC.

Coinzilla is a prominent Bitcoin advertising network for publishers. Coinzilla was launched in 2016. It offers both CPM and CPC advertising in the form of standard banners, floating banners, and pop-under ads.

Interestingly, adverts can be funded not only with Bitcoin but also with Ethereum. You may find a useful feature in Coinzilla is the referral program, which can help you earn 10% of the deposits and withdrawals of referred users.

Coinzilla’s publisher requirements are on the strict side, with quite a lot of users having their websites rejected. In particular, Coinzilla only accepts websites with good engagement and interaction rate.

As for the customer support, Coinzilla has high online availability and responses are typically helpful. More than that, there’s the flexibility of submitting a support ticket via the website or contacting Coinzilla via Skype.

CoinZilla payments are processed on daily basis, with up to 72 hours on weekends and a minimum withdrawal amount of 50€.

CoinTraffic is a crypto advertising network. It has been around since 2014. It offers CPM campaigns and has a wide range of advertising format options, including banners, pop-under and native ads.

One advantage of CoinTraffic is that they’re selective about the number of advertising partners they have. This means that they’re careful when approving advertisers.

Support offered by CoinTraffic is typically very good, with quick response times, though it can sometimes take weeks for your website to be approved or rejected.

The platform is easy to use, which makes checking daily payments and withdrawing commissions particularly easy.

There’s a minimum withdrawal of €25, and requests for payouts are usually processed within 24 hours.

Bitmedia is around since 2014. It is a London-based Bitcoin ad network. Bitmedia’s platform was built from scratch, involving many experts from the big-data & the high-load technologies. The goal in mind was to develop a top notch advertising platform as well as to promote the Bitcoin community.

The company provides both CPC & CPM campaigns, with payments initially being made for every click (CPC) or 1,000 impressions (CPM).

Bitmedia only allows Bitcoin and cryptocurrency related websites on its publishers. However, they do write that if your non-crypto website provides good and lively traffic, they may make an exception, if it suits them.

Bitmedia puts a heavy emphasis on quality. The company prides itself for developing a smart algorithm that shows ads to relevant users only, as well as conducting deep learning of the user’s behavior, to better improve the algorithm. Moreover, their UI is very friendly and intuitive and their support is fast and helpful.

The minimum amount for withdrawal is 0.001 BTC.

AdBit is part of the BitRush network, works using a pay-per-day system. It’s similar to Google AdSense.

The only ad format option is a banner, though this can consist of text, an image, or interactive media, depending on the particular ad.

One area in which AdBit could improve is its support, which can be on the slow side. However, this is a reliable option that has the potential to offer decent returns.

One of the best things about AdBit is that payments are made to your account in real time with every view or click an ad receives. As with many Bitcoin advertising networks.

There is a minimum withdrawal of 0.001 BTC.

Mellow Ads launched in 2015. It offers CPM and CPC campaigns. With advertisers able to buy a specific number of unique views or clicks respectively. There’s a choice of banner and pop-under ads, and daily revenue is provided based on the number of views, clicks, or pops provided to the network.

Mellow Ads charges a fairly low fee of 10% for network campaigns, which means higher potential earnings than many other Bitcoin advertising networks.

However, Mellow Ads may not be for everyone since there are a number of mandatory requirements for having your website approved. This includes having a top 100,000 Alexa rank. This ad network is often used by micro payment sites like faucets.

In general, it’s a very fast and reliable Bitcoin advertising network, though it doesn’t have the most reliable customer support, with many users claiming not to have received replies.

The minimum amount to claim your payout is 0.001BTC

Adconity was founded in 2017, it’s a relatively new Ad network based in Zurich. Adconity provides CPC, CPM and CPA campaigns. They also have interesting partners on their list, such as GoDaddy.

Adconity puts a lot of emphasis on its user friendly approach, as stated by their moto “user friendly cryptocurrency, ICO and blockchain rich media advertising platform with competitive pricing”.

The company prides itself on its high quality traffic and a wide variety of ad types offered, from text, image and native ads to POPs (under, up & new tab) and more.

Their approval time usually take up to 24 hours, with some exceptions. As for their customer support, judging from reviews their representatives are quick and helpful. 

Please note users have had complains about withdrawals and account blocking ad ADconity.

Adconity’s minimum amount to claim your payout is $50.

Conclusion

Now you know about some of the most popular Bitcoin Ad Networks available out there – what do you think about them?

Are these Ad Networks good enough for Publisher requirements? Or, did we miss any of your favorite Bitcoin Ad Network that deserved the mention?

If you are an experienced and professional Publisher, I would like to hear your opinion on how good are these Bitcoin Ad Networks for the New Publishers.

Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.

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